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[audio]H. Rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael address the Black Panthers
Speech on Black political action. H. Rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael address the Black Panthers. [Event is a Free Huey rally in February, 1968; either the one held February 17 at the Oakland Auditorium, or February 18 in Los Angeles.]
Downloads: 105
[audio]Harlan county USA / Nancy Barker and Hart Perry
Barry Parker from WPFW's Film Exchange interviews Nancy Barker and Hart Perry, respectively the director of editing and principal cinematographer of Barbara Kopple's 1977 documentary Harlan County USA. The two discuss how they came to be involved in the film's production and about the scene in the film where strikebreakers attacked the film crew.
Downloads: 18
[audio]Hate speech and the First Amendment
This five-part series on race and democracy includes compelling conversations and speeches that explore where issues of race and democracy collide. The series looks at how racism and racial realities pose a challenge to our democracy. Hate-related violence topics include the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma, the assassination of Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, and the torching of a store in New York, which have all been traced to inflammatory speech...
Downloads: 30
[audio]Homeless in Houston
This is a documentary which includes interviews and actuality gathered in the streets of Houston, Texas. Individual modules explore the conditions and problems facing the homeless. An abused mother talks about her drug-addict boyfriend who she left and found support in a shelter. Sharon, another victim of abuse, speaks about her experiences as a drug addict and prostitute and her urge to turn her life around...
Downloads: 40
[audio]Homosexual meeting places
A group of people discuss the News and Reviews by opening up with a letter written by a 14 year-old male asking questions about homosexuality. They also address other topics such as a murder case. Kermit introduces the topic of meeting places and lists public areas such as 3rd Ave., Central Park West, and small local spots such as Brooklyn Heights and park around Riverside Dr. They talk about the history of private clubs and gay bars and the tie in to the mafia...
Downloads: 35
[audio]Hothead Paisan : homicidal lesbian terrorist / Diane DiMassa
Diane DiMassa, creator of the cartoon character Hothead Paisan, discusses how her addiction to television and alcohol fueled the development of that character. She talks about how women of color and queer women feel and express rage in ways which are not acceptable to the dominant white culture. She discusses her appreciation of other cartoonists, and the creation of Zine Scene and Hothead's friends...
Downloads: 44
[audio]How pleasant to know Mr. Lear (Episode 11 of 14)
A dramatic reading of some lesser-known works by Edward Lear (1812-1888), English author, illustrator and poet who is known mostly for his nonsense poetry and prose. Among the works read are the "Nonsense Cookery" and "Eclogue". The readers are Myrna Charles, Kathleen Dalton, Mike Hodel, Larry Holpp and John Wilson. Selection and direction by Baird Searles; technical production by Sam Sanders. Contains 13 seconds of test tone at beginning of recording...
Keywords: Lear; Edward; 1812-1888; Radio adaptations
Downloads: 4
[audio]Howard Johnson's grand coming-out party for the tuba (Episode 4 of 33, Part 1 of 2)
A live broadcast from WBAI's Free Music Store on December 4, 1971 organized by tuba player Howard Johnson (1941-). Toby Hanks performs 5 studies for tuba alone by David Reck. Guitarist John Murtaugh joins Hanks for performances of English Renaissance music, Love's god is a boy by Robert Jones and two songs by John Dowland, I saw my lady weepe and Come again; Stephen Johns, Richard Schneider and Tony Price, all on tuba, join Hanks for a performance of What if I never speed? by Dowland, O quantus ...
Keywords: MUSIC; Johnson; Howard; 1941-; Hanks; Toby; Tuba ensembles
Downloads: 49
[audio]Howard Johnson's grand coming-out party for the tuba (Episode 4 of 33, Part 2 of 2)
A live broadcast from WBAI's Free Music Store on December 4, 1971 organized by tuba player Howard Johnson (1941-). Substructure performs Operation soul, Been working too hard, Hold to God's unchanging hands, This Christmas (joined by Toby Hanks on tuba), (You make me feel like) a natural woman (with Yvonne Fletcher on vocals) and a composition written by Johnson called Here comes sonny man. The evening concludes with a grand finale of She's too heavy, featuring fourteen tubas...
Keywords: MUSIC; Johnson; Howard; 1941-; Hanks; Toby; Tuba ensembles
Downloads: 12
[audio]Huey Newton interviewed from jail in Oakland, CA (part 1 of 2)
KPFA's Elsa Knight Thompson interviews Huey Newton in jail in Oakland, CA. Newton discusses the capitalist exploitation of black labor and how the concept of free enterprise has been destructive to black people. Thompson and Newton talk about the increasing awareness of the Black Panther movement in the East Bay Area and what the role of the unorganized white person who wishes to align themselves with Black Liberation.
Keywords: BLACK PANTHER PARTY; Newton, Huey P; Prisoners -- Personal narratives; Huey Newton from jail in Oakland, CA; THOMPSON, ELSA KNIGHT; BLACK PANTHERS; NEWTON, HUEY; PRISONS & PRISONERS
Downloads: 33
[audio]Huey Newton interviewed from jail in Oakland, CA (part 2 of 2)
Part 2 of Elsa Knight Thompson's interview with Huey Newton in jail in Oakland, CA. Thompson asks Newton whether short-term solutions offered by white communities are compatible with the aims of the Black Panthers. Newton asserts that the Black Panther Party program could be instituted immediately were it not for the racist power structure. Newton also talks about his Congressional bid for election on the Peace & Freedom Party ticket as a means to educate more people about the struggles of the b...
Keywords: BLACK PANTHER PARTY; Newton, Huey P; Prisoners -- Personal narratives; Huey Newton from jail in Oakland, CA; THOMPSON, ELSA KNIGHT; BLACK PANTHERS; NEWTON, HUEY; PRISONS & PRISONERS
Downloads: 11
[audio]Huey Newton-Charles Garry press conference
KPFA volunteer Claude Marks reports from the office of San Francisco attorney Charles Garry to report on the press conference hosted by Garry and Huey P. Newton of the Black Panther Party. Newton had just been released from a two-year jail sentence on $50,000 bail and planned to appeal his conviction on manslaughter charges. Newton announces the political plans of the Panthers, including the release of the Soledad brothers and solidarity with Third World peoples...
Keywords: Garry, Charles; Marks, Claude; Prisons -- Social conditions; Blacks -- Political activity; Huey Newton-Charles Garry press conference / reported by Claud Marx; Marx
Downloads: 63
[audio]Huey P. Newton funeral (part 1 of 4)
KPFA produced this biographical sketch of Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, compiled from audio clips from the Pacifica Radio Archives. Newton was murdered in West Oakland on August 22, 1989. The tape is introduced by Ginny Z. Berson. Clips include Newton's press conference at attorney Charles Garry's San Francisco office following his release on $50,000 bond; Newton speaking on June 2, 1970 from prison in San Luis Obispo, four days after the California State Court of Appeal...
Keywords: Berson, Ginny Z; Huey P. Newton funeral / introduced by Ginny Z. Berson; Newton, Huey P; NEWTON, HUEY; BROWN, ELAINE; BLACK PANTHERS; AFRICAN AMERICANS
Downloads: 46
[audio]Huey P. Newton funeral (part 2 of 4)
"Proceedings from the funeral for Huey P. Newton at Allen Temple Baptist Church in East Oakland, CA. The Reverend J. Alfred Smith, Sr. delivers Newton's eulogy. The Reverend J. Alfred Smith, Jr. introduces the Reverend Charles Johnson, the Reverend Victor Madeiras, and Father James Goode. Leola Giles performs ""Precious Lord, Take My Hand."" Remarks are offered by Dr. Fred Hiestand, Carol Hughes, Dr...
Keywords: Berson, Ginny Z; Huey P. Newton funeral / introduced by Ginny Z. Berson; Newton, Huey P; NEWTON, HUEY; BROWN, ELAINE; BLACK PANTHERS; AFRICAN AMERICANS
Downloads: 28
[audio]Huey P. Newton funeral (part 3 of 4)
"Continuation of the proceedings from the funeral for Huey P. Newton at the Allen Temple Baptist Church in East Oakland, CA. Johnny Spain and Father Earl Neil offer brief remarks. Phyllis Sneed performs a solo, ""Great is Thy Faithfulness"". The Reverend J. Alfred Smith, Sr. delivers Newton's eulogy and closing prayer (out of order because Pastor J. Alfred Smith Sr. had to leave). Adrianne Brown performs a solo, ""He'll Understand And Say Well Done""."
Keywords: Berson, Ginny Z; Huey P. Newton funeral / introduced by Ginny Z. Berson; Newton, Huey P; NEWTON, HUEY; BROWN, ELAINE; BLACK PANTHERS; AFRICAN AMERICANS
Downloads: 8
[audio]Huey P. Newton funeral (part 4 of 4)
"Continuation of the proceedings from the funeral for Huey P. Newton at the Allen Temple Baptist Church in East Oakland, CA. Remarks by the Reverend Frank Pinkard, Bobby Seale and Reverend Cecil Williams. The congregation sings ""We Shall Overcome"" during the recessional. Reported by Bari Scott and Wendell Harper. Outro by Ginny Z. Berson."
Keywords: Berson, Ginny Z; Huey P. Newton funeral / introduced by Ginny Z. Berson; Newton, Huey P; NEWTON, HUEY; BROWN, ELAINE; BLACK PANTHERS; AFRICAN AMERICANS
Downloads: 16
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